[resolved] Cannot create runnable jar from job

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[resolved] Cannot create runnable jar from job

I've been searching the forums but cant find a solution to my problem. I am trying to export a job i created as an executable jar. The problem is when i get to the point of choosing the launch configuration the option is blank and i cannot finish creating the jar file. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: [resolved] Cannot create runnable jar from job

Hi
There is no a way to export the job as a runnable jar. To export job and execute the job out of studio, right click on the job and select 'export job' option.
Best regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business

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Community Manager

Re: [resolved] Cannot create runnable jar from job

Hi
There is no a way to export the job as a runnable jar. To export job and execute the job out of studio, right click on the job and select 'export job' option.
Best regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business
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Re: [resolved] Cannot create runnable jar from job

Thanks once again Shong Smiley Happy I didnt realise that Autonomous Job would allow me to create a runnable jar. Problem solved. One more new thing learned today Smiley Happy
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Re: [resolved] Cannot create runnable jar from job

I'm confused. Shong says there is no way to export the job as a runnable jar. Then apoclyps say an Automated Job creates a runnable jar. All I see is a zip file.
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Re: [resolved] Cannot create runnable jar from job

The jar file is in the zip file you've created.

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